ICT - Cloud Computing

Ireland is showing the world the way in fostering and delivering cloud computing services. Supported by a comprehensive strategic approach from government and IDA Ireland, many world leaders in cloud computing have already positioned themselves to take full advantage of the benefits Ireland has to offer.

Ireland has the potential to become a world leader in the cloud computing industry
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